The Down East Wood Ducks played a pair on Friday.
In Game One, Orceli Gomez started and allowed three runs in three innings of working, allowing a home run and striking out two. Florencio Serrano threw 2.1 scoreless innings.
Cody Freeman had a single and a double, Keyber Rodriguez had a double, and Angel Aponte had a double.
Game Two saw Leury Tejada start, and give up four runs in 2 innings, with 2 Ks, a walk and a home run.
Dustin Harris homered, Luisangel Acuna had a hit and two walks, Thomas Saggese had a single and a double, Keyber Rodriguez had two singles and a double, and Alejandro Osuna had two hits and a walk.
Hickory got rained out.
Frisco sent Hans Crouse out to the mound. Hans allowed three runs on three hits and an HBP in five innings of work, with five Ks. Fernery Ozuna threw two shutout innings. Hever Bueno allowed a run while striking out two in an inning of work.
Bubba Thompson had a pair of hits. Steele Walker and J.P. Martinez each had a hit. Anderson Tejeda drew three walks.
Brock Burke had his best start of the year for Round Rock, striking out six in five shutout innings of work, allowing one hit and walking two. Jacob Lemoine threw a scoreless innings. Jimmy Herget allowed a pair of runs in an inning of work.
Curtis Terry had a hit. Yonny Hernandez had a hit and two walks.
The Arizona Rangers won 16-12, which sounds exciting. Grand Prairie’s own Josh Stephan started and allowed three runs in four innings, walking three and striking out five. Anthony Hoopii-Tuionetoa allowed five runs on five hits and a walk in 0.1 IP. Destin Dotson allowed three runs in 1.2 IP while striking out three. Adrian Rodriguez struck out three in two scoreless innings.
Among the rehabbing Rangers, Davis Wendzel went one for five, Justin Foscue was two for four with a homer and a walk, and Sam Huff was one for five with a home run.
Maximo Acosta had a pair of hits. Henry Mateo was two for five with a triple. Josy Galan had a double and a pair of walks.